Retirement is an opportunity for you to choose how you’ll spend your time, from what activities you’ll pursue to where you’ll travel. It’s a time to be as active and as flexible as you want to be – the ultimate lifestyle choice. You’ve worked hard to get to this point, but are you prepared?
The transition to retirement can be an exciting and confusing time as there’s a lot of moving parts to consider – from hobbies and travel to finances, housing, and healthcare. And in this FREE one-day seminar industry experts will offer advice and guidance on important aspects of retirement preparation including:
- Tips and tricks on managing your money
- Health insurance options from Medicare to supplemental insurance and prescription benefit coverage
- Lifestyle considerations – from part-time work to volunteering, hobbies to traveling, and more
Individuals of all ages are encouraged to attend, as the information presented will be beneficial to those nearing retirement as well as those looking father into their future.
Date: Saturday, November 17, 2018
Time: 10 AM – 2 PM
Location: Strode Independent Living at Morgan Orchards, 89 Tom Wicker Lane, Randolph Center
10-11 AM: Money Management with Jody Davignon CFA, CFP, a managing partner and owner of Farrow Financial, Inc. Davignon plans to draw from her nearly 20 years of experience at Farrow, where she is responsible for client relations, portfolio management, and financial planning.
11 AM-12 PM: Health Insurance with Michele Packard of Health Connections, Gifford’s Affordable Care Program. Packard plans to discuss Medicare and program changes for 2019 as well as supplemental insurance and prescription benefit coverage.
12-1 PM: Lunch (provided for free)
1-2 PM: Lifestyle Considerations with Milton Fowler, MD, of Gifford Primary Care. Fowler has clinical interests in adult medicine, cardiology, geriatrics, and palliative care. His portion of the seminar is designed to give future retirees a few things to think about as they start a new chapter in their lives, whether they plan to work part-time, travel, or take up a new hobby during retirement.
*Tours will be available at the end of the seminar for those interested.
RSVP: Monday, Nov. 12 to (802) 728-2380
Space is limited, so reserve your seat today!